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  CBS    Eyewitness News Morning Edition    News  News/Business. New.  

    July 5, 2011
    6:00 - 7:00am EDT  

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it's 6:00 and it's a warm and humid hurry up. that warehouse is one of the first to be converted into
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houses and a hotel. sharon's got the traffic and marty's in the first warning weather center. and that promenade is a great walk. >> yeah. >> it's a great walk. i do it all the time with the dogs. take a look at first warning doppler weather radar. we have showers exiting the lower 50 corridor. this is the lower disturbance that hassled this somewhat around firework time and brought rain to some areas as you're looking at the lower 50 corridor. this tells the story of high pressure continuing to run our weather. that's after the momentary pause and the warm flow is part of the morning and the day. 88 at lunch and on its way to 91. dinner time, 88 degrees. any trouble with travel? here's sharon gibala with
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traffic control. not much trouble at all. just a few issues. a disabled vehicle is still there on mountain road. also, watch for an accident on money creek road. otherwise, speeds are still up to par and above. there's a lye look at the westside. looking good on the inner and outer lupes. no issues on the east side. there's a look at 95 in and out of the fort mchenry tunnel. remember, wjz-13 is always on. for traffic information any time, go to wjz.com. back to you, don. here's what people will be talking about today. it's the melee at the inner harbor. after the show ened last night, a man was dead and a child was shot and the police were using all resources to get things under control. >> reporter: good morning, don and everyone. the police have a photo of a
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suspect from the murder. they're going to give that to us later on. meanwhile, they worked through the night talking to witnesses from both crime scenes. minutes after the fireworks stopped, two separate incidents of violence sent the police scrambling. first, a man was stabbed in the neck in the 700 block of eastern avenue. he died hours ago. then, across the way at pratt and light street, a 4-year-old was shot in the leg. his parents were standing next to him. he's in stable condition now. earlier in the night, the police rushed to break up a fight near the visitor's center while "god bless america play in the background." >> you're going to see many,
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many, many uniformed police officers. >> reporter: still, bealefeld said he was worried about what mishap when the fireworks -- might happen when the fireworks ends. >> the event is over after the fireworks. we wanted people to get home safely. >> reporter: the police had 90 surveillance cameras in the area to monitor the crowds. they're reviewing the footage this morning. the child shot in the leg expected to recover. the 100th person to be killed in the city is going to be layed to rest today. this military veteran was shot in the back during a robbery. so far, the police don't have any solid leads. funeral services will be at east, north avenue. a water search will resume where a man is missing after being tossed from a boat.
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>> reporter: good morning, this water rescue comes a short time after a child drowned at andy point state park. a viewer captured this boat running in circles. a 25-year-old man and woman were riding in the boat. for some reason, the boat fell into the water. >> she was rescued by a passing boater. she was uninjured and refused the medical treatment. the gentlemen is still missing and we're still conducting active search operations in the area. >> reporter: rescue crews are using sonar to search the water. >> it will allow them to search a large area in a short amount of time without risking the waters being trapped via crab or fishing lines and from debris. >> reporter: this is the second accident in a matter of hours. a little boy drowned monday morning at the park.
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, he disappeared in 4 feet of water. his father rushed in with part of a human chain to find him. >> he found the boy on the leg. he was like, here it is, here it is. >> he later died at the hospital. >> the missing boater is identified as james cane. unfortunately, he's presumed dead. officials are planning to use helicopters to look for a 50-year-old who's name hasn't been released. his boat flipped over while speeding across the river. two more local elected
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officials are throwing their hats in the ring. today, the state senator and the current councilman will file as candidates. they're joining a crowded field. rising waters could be a problem for exxon oil as crews plan on cleaning up an oil spill. mountain snow melt is causing the river to swell in montana. the resulting spill is believed to be a thousand barrels of oil leaked. that's 44-gallons a barrel. -- this morning, oil prices are back where they were when the announcement was made that the reserve would be released. the gas price is down, but it's
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87% highier than last year. the senate will be back in session today, ahead of schedule to work on issues with dire implications. it's joel brown reporting for wjz. >> reporter: the senate may be cutting the recess short, but it's unclear how much work will get done. the republicans and democrats are still at odds. the biggest sticking points are taxes. the last thing that the employers need are further disincentives. that's what the highier taxes would mean. >> reporter: the gop would need tax hikes off of the table, the democrats say they're needed. democrats are calling for revenue raisers. they're including ending tax cuts for oil companies and for jobs overseas. congress has about four weeks
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before the treasury department says that the government will default on the bills. there's talk that the lawmakers could agree on a short term deal. a smaller compromise could keep the government running for six to eight months. the white house doesn't want to kick that can, they'll lose leverage in a mini deal. they'll get none of the tax increases that they want. the secret service is launching an investigation in a hoax involving the president's death. someone hacked into a fox news twitter account and announced that the president was assassinated. the orioles are looking to rebound today.
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the rangers had an answer at the plate. they rolled to a 13-4 win. derek jeter makes his turn to the lineup. this is his first game since the dl. he went 0-4. he's six away from 3000 hits. the yankees lost last night to the indians. you may have had watermelon, but you may not have enjoyed it as much as these sisters. they were part of the watermelon seed spitting contest. the girls did well, but they couldn't beet the record of 66 feet 11 inches. >> oh, i bet they're dangerous during the flu season. just saying.
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>> let's take a look at the forecast today. going for a high of 91 degrees. i just walked outside. i had to get my makeup out of the car. i was just telling don, it's stuffy outside. more than when we came in. it was still dark when we came in. the sun isn't high up in the sky, but it's up enough. wow, just in an hour and a half, it's gotten a bit close. >> we're doing great, we're by the water at tide point. we have a nice little breeze going on. >> good for you. >> it's pretty. >> isn't it though? >> you have that look on your face, you want to say something. >> oh, no, no. it's just great. it feels great. >> i'll tell you why we're here. we're going to be talking about, this is one of the baltimore's most picturesque places. we'll talk about one of the
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most picturesque places on the eastern shore. we'll talk about one of baltimore's most recognizable faces. we'll tell you about it from st. michael's maryland when the morning edition rolls on. ,,,, beth! hi. looking good! you've lost some weight.
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[ male announcer ] fiber beyond recognition. fiber one. it's going to be a very summer like day, hot and humid and temperatures in the low 90s. 69 on tv hill and 93% humidity. barely a breeze and the barometer is at 29.93. two degrees cooler. believe it or not. here's how it is on paper. two degrees cooler than yesterday morning. 64 in hagerstown and cumberland. 69 downtown and in elkton.
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the mid-70s d.c., pax river and 67 in westminster and 69 columbia. 70 in bel air. 73 in rock hall and kent island. here's the upper level feature getting out of here. here's the light shower activity left. we have high pressure that runs the weather. we'll have a front sliding through the area towards the end of the week. it won't be a cold front. we'll knock the temperatures back by 3-degree. we'll have a thunderstorm thursday evening. 91 and mostly sunny. it gets more humid tonight. 68 degrees and we'll put the words, more humid in the forecast. 92 and then, we'll drop it back to 89 and 87. sunshine, friday and saturday.
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well, you won't find real problems outside. just minor ones we've been talking about. a disabled vehicle past mountain road. that's off on the shoulder as well as an accident on muddy creek road. no delays on the roads. i suspect that a lot of people are taking the whole week for vacation. i wonder if we'll have any delays at all this morning. no issues on the eastside of the beltway. sun glare could be a factor at the key bridge. this is brought to you by your toyota dealer. toyota, moving forward. back to you. i've often thought, ron that a special report on folks who you see on tv a lot, like the man we'll be talking about, the folks who do their own commercials.
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some advertisers are on the air more than reporters presenting you the news. >> sure, yeah. >> they have really interesting back stories. most are real characters. >> yeah, they are. >> particularly, the guy we're getting ready to talk to. one of the nicest guys you'll meet and he's really out there -- in a good way. >> reporter: yeah, you really do. he's one of the most familiar faces in all of the baltimore. he has a new business venture and it's all happening on maryland's beautiful eastern shore. welcome to st. michaels. [bells tolling] the historic and beautiful water front town in talbot county is home to the big pickle. >> we're excited to get a new restaurant. everyone's interested.
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>> reporter: you'll recognize the owner. >> good to see you! >> reporter: jack lives in is the michaels. that's his 75-foot yacht. his new baby is almost ready. >> it's a full fledged restaurant. we'll sell all of the deli goodies and plus, in the evening we'll gear it up to real, real, all american cuisine. >> reporter: they gutted a century old hardware store to make it happen. >> we built a new building in the old building. that's what we have. we focused on the bar. >> reporter: that features a special cooling system. >> we empty the liquors here and then it keeps it at 5 degrees. >> reporter: there are 12 restaurants in st. michaels. this is the talk of the town.
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>> it's certainly started buzz around the town and we're awaiting the opening. >> reporter: his wife gave the big pickle its name. >> st. michaels is coming alive. >> it's near the water and it's nice. now, we have the big pickle. >> reporter: all right, don and marty. it's on south talbot street in the heart of st. michaels. it opened for business last week. that's what everyone has been talking about. >> i would love to see him behind the bar and ask for a cold beer! >> yes! >> that's right. >> could you imagine. >> well, with i -- well, we wish them well. >> reporter: also, the great chesapeake bay maritime museum
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on the miles river, not far from the big pickle, they have a big skip jack restoration underway. it was built in 1955. it's a three year project. it's a 1/2 million dollars. all being done by private funds. marty and don, sunday, august 14th, waterman's appreciation day at the maritime museum, special guest, edgar hanson will be in st. michaels at the chesapeake bay maritime museum. we thanked the folks down there for all of the their hospitality. everyone asked for you guys. it was great. >> very good. >> reporter: see ya! >> we're taking a break! >> yes! >> we'll be back. can i eat heart healthy without giving up taste?
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going green to save green with the boob tube. >> good morning, in today's energy saver, if you're heading out of town, save money by unplugging your electronics. it could add $160 to your bill each year. try activating power saver modes. i'm trying to help you be an energy saver. for more information, go to wjz.com and scroll down the right side of the home page and click on the energy saver section there. coming up next, here. >> reporter: good morning, i'm live at the inner harbor. 4th of july violence. a child is shot and a man is stabbed to death. we'll have the latest on the investigations just ahead. a popular antismoking medication may actually do more
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harm than good. they finally got the case, but the jury in the casey anthony trial has gone back to the hotel without a verdict. coming up, we'll have the latest on the trial. if you're just about to head out for the morning commute, no major issues to get in your way. we'll send it to marty now. you can see her here on "the talk." she's joining us on coffee with. it's almost like a sneeze is the local catch word. we'll be back with holly robin son pete. ,,,,,,,,,,,, beth!
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hi. looking good! you've lost some weight. thanks! you noticed! you know these clothes are too big now, so i'm donating them. not going back there again. good for you! how'd you do it? eating right, whole grain. whole grain? whole grain. [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't... multigrain cheerios has five whole grains and 110 lightly sweetened calories per serving... more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios.
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and the bottom line here is, if you thought that yesterday was humid, you ain't felt nothing yet.
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how about that for a phrase. well, you know, yesterday was comfortable. it got humid around 7:00, or 8:00. let's look at first warning doppler weather radar. we have shower activity getting out of the area. we'll talk about it at noon yesterday. we'll start throwing a little bit of spitting radar your way. that's the shower activity moving south east of the area. that's going to be long gone before not too long. sun's out in baltimore. that's at 88 at lunch and the normal is 87. 88 degrees this warm evening of the 5th. well, the hurry up will be humid, what else is out there? here's sharon. one is an accident in the southbound lanes coming in past route 32. a second wreck in the city [no
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audio] >> we have the disabled [audio going in and out] wjz.com. at the top of the news, city police are likely catching their breath after a heck tech and -- hectic and business overnight. parts of the crowd were unruly and violate. andrea fujii has more. >> reporter: good morning, once again don and everyone. the violence includes a little boy shot and a man stabbed to death. the police are coming through the surveillance video trying to match the faces to crimes. minutes after the celebratory
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fireworks stopped, two separate incidents sent the police scrambling. first, a man was stabbed in the neck in the 700 block of eastern avenue. he died hours ago. then, across the way, at pratt and light street, a 4-year-old was shot in the leg with his parents standing next to him. he's in stable condition. earlier in the night, the police rushed to break up a fight near the visitor's center. the violence came hours after the police commissioner expressed confidence that his several hundred officers would be on top of the situation keeping the visitors safe. you'll see many, many, many uniformed police officers. >> reporter: still, he said he was worried about what might happen. >> that's one of the concerns. because, you know, after 9:30 and the fireworks are over, the
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event is over. we wanted people to get home safely. >> reporter: the police say they have a photo of a suspect from the murder. they'll release that to us later on today. don, back to you. >> thank you, andrea. the number of officers at the inner harbor was proable to last year as well. the fbi is involved into the disappearance of a 27-year- old missing in georgia. she recently graduated from law school in georgia. the fbi will process evidence beginning today. one case in question, another just beginning. dominique strauss-kahn is necklacing new allocations is facing -- dominique strauss-
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kahn is facing new allocations. day two of deliberations in the casey anthony murder trial. here's karen brown with more. >> reporter: the jury deciding casey anthony's fate deliberated for half a day and went back to their hotel without reaching a verdict. >> you're not permitted to discuss this case among yourselves while separated from the courthouse. >> reporter: they'll be back tuesday to weigh through more than a month's worth of the testimony and evidence. the prosecutors showed these photos of anthony after her daughter was missing. they argued that she didn't want to be a mom any more so she suffocated caylee with duct tape. that tape had to have been on
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the skull before she decomposed. >> reporter: to get a guilty verdict, prosecutors must convince the jurors beyond a reasonable doubt. the defense claims that caylee drowned in her grandparent's pool. >> there's the proof that she could easily get outside. >> her grandfather tried to cover it up, they said. >> these photographs tell the truth. >> people don't make accidents look like murder. >> if convicted, she could be sentenced to death. the judge in the amanda knox's case quit. her family says that she was treated poorly during the case.
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the parent's case is adjourned until next year. a poplar painkiller may increase the risk of stroke. people who take ibuprofen could develop an irregular heart beat. serious questions surrounding the popular antismoking drug, chantix. a study conducted at johns hopkins shows it may increase the risk of heart trouble. here's joel brown with more. ♪ >> reporter: this saxophone player wanted to kick his 30- year-old smoking habit. he tried chantix. >> it certainly made me not want to smoke. i relapsed once i was off the
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drug. >> reporter: millions of americans use the drug. healthy smokers who use the drug now have a 72% risk of heart disease. the fda raised concerns for smokers who use the drug with heart disease. pfizer believes in the drug and disagrees in the findings. 50% of smokers die from smoking. the question is, whether the benefits of quitting out weigh the risks. they carry a warning for side effects firefighter -- for side effects. he said that the worst part was the nausea and he's going to take it again. >> the fda is asking for more
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research. you could see a low flying airplane this morning testing for air quality. it could be between i-95 between baltimore and the capital beltways. the flights were scheduled to begin an hour ago. the pitching woes began for the orioles in texas. the rangers rolled to a 13-4 victory. they've allowed an average under. seven runs per games. game two is tonight. and the annual nathan's famous hotdog eating contest is in the books. sonya, the black widow won for the women. joey chestnut inhaled 62 hotdogs and buns in ten minutes. that's six shy of his world record. >> and this next story will rope you in. it's video from the world jump
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rope championships in washington, d.c. jump ropers showed off their skills. they did freestyle and the double dutch. >> now, that's cool. >> i bet they do it different than how i did it as a young man. >> look, that's one of the most strenuous things you can do. >> you're a fan of the gentlemenly art. there's a reason that the boxers use a jump rope. i think that football players are united stating them. -- are using them. hey, listen, i want to go back to joey chestnut. this is on youtube. on espn, they have sports science. that's the guy in the orange shirt, he's the host. they'll take something like hitting a golf ball, how
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quickly must a goalie react to a penalty shot. they break it down in big, big science. they're comparing, they're looking at, they've measured up his esophagus. it's bigger than a normal one. comparing this bite to that of a german shepherd. they say that michael phelps was made to swim, he's made to eat. no joke, it's a really cool feature that espn does. if you're surfing around work and you want to see something cool, hit espn sport science. you won't believe what you see. take a look at the first
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warning doppler. the showers are exiting the 50 corridor. life is good. we're in the low 70s now and 88 degrees at lunch. 88 is going to be a warm and humid evening. coming up on coffee with, the talk is the show you see here in the afternoon on wjz. holly robinson pete is talking about allergies and kids. >> by the way, 2:00, every day, it's on. sharon gibala has the wjz traffic control and first ,,,,,,
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good morning, that makes me think of crabbing. we would like to see your crab crazy photos e-mail them to us at wjzme@comcast.net. look for them as part of a big slide show at wjzme@comcast.net. >> that scar makes me think of crabs. i have the baltimore medal of honor. 69 degrees now.
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93% humid, the wind is calm and it's a warm, humid still morning. the barometer is rising up slightly at 29.93. that's 2 degrees cooler than this time yesterday morning air is closer to your face. 63 oakland and 68 elkton. the low to mid-70s in easton and pax river and d.c.. 77 degrees in ocean city. westminster and bel air, 66 and 70. the low and mid-70s in rock hall, kent island and annapolis. the high pressure builds in. that's going to run the weather until a cool front wind shift, if you will. that will come into the area and that's towards the week's end. maybe a thunderstorm in the forecast thursday. it will continue to get stuffy overnight. we write the same numbers for tomorrow.
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down to # friday and saturday. all things considered. this is a huge vacation week of the summer. here's sharon with traffic control. hi, don, well, you shouldn't run into any major issues. that one doesn't appear to be a major issue. we have issues at west belove deer. --belvedere. that's empty at north of white marsh. this is brought to you by your toyota dealer. toyota, moving forward. back to you. thank you, this morning's coffee with is with holly robin son pete. holly, welcome to the eyewitness news morning edition. welcome to baltimore.
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how's it going? [ cheers and applause ] >> well, it's great, how's it going foryou guys? >> well, they're still paying the benefits. >> it's all good. >> am i wrong? hey, let's talk about kids and allergies an then we'll talk about what you're up to these days. >> look, each year, it's summer camp season, we have 11 million children and adults with summer camp experience coming up it becomes an issue for some parents who have kids with severe allergies. our 8-year-old has a bee sting allergy. so, i was talking today about ways to send your kids and to have peace of mind as well.
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>> here's the dumber question of the interview. how do you do that? >> well, here's the deal. bee sting allergies are severe. you need to have an epi pen. you need to do your due diligence about the staff and make sure they're trained. i take a picture of my kid, i put it together with all of the medical information and the injector. i put a face to the name. it puts you on the radar a little bit. they'll say, that's the pete kid. that's something else to look for. i don't know about summer camps without bees and i want my kid
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to go. >> you have a personal interest in this, peanut butter? >> my 8-year-old has a bee sting allergy. we found that out in the allergists office. also, we have an older child with a peanut allergy. that's a bear, too. that can be difficult. everyone's eating peanut butter and jelly. it can be difficult. you have to be prepared and ready to go. >> what do we do before self- injecting? >> i don't want to think about what we did. these auto injectors are amazing devices. it allows us to feel a certain sense of safety when we're out there and if an allergan comes out there, we have that time to get to the hospital.
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so, it's a good thing to be able to communicate all of the information. an there's even a new app. the kids these days love the app things. there's an epi pen app. you can up load the information on your kid. it sends off an e-mail to the counselors and teens. we're incorporating technology. >> we got the message across there. you can find more at wjz.com. and we have 45 seconds left. what are you working on? >> well, i'm the mom of four, i work on "the talk." it's basically five women, sitting around a table having conversations about being moms.
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i'm sure you would like to tune in. >> we've picked up on that. monday through friday. >> my husband's happy i get a paycheck for having a big mouth. >> so are relatives of the other ladies, too. >> it's a great gig and i can talk about the things i'm passionate about. >> we can talk about allergies and epi pens. >> cool. >> listen, we, unfortunately, our time is short. we'll do this again. we'll do a satellite row doe with members of the show. let's do it. you won't get a word in. >> we always get a word in. >> all right, listen, holly, we hope you got the message
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we have updates from sharon -- >> let's look at the forecast today. it's hot and humid and steamy and warm. 91 is the high. now, over to sharon gibala with traffic control. hey, there, marty, good morning, everyone. no major issues on the roads. 97 past 32, it's not a major
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accident, though. another accident in the city at west northern parkway. that's involving major delays top and westside at full speed. we can take a live look at the topside at harper road. this is brought to you by bills. back to you. thank you, one is dead and a child is shot following the fireworks at the inner harbor. a man was stabbed in the neck. he later died. a 4-year-old was shot in the leg. he's in stable condition this morning. the disappearance of a howard county in georgia drew the attention of the fbi. she hasn't been seen since last month. ash body -- a body was found near her apartment complex.
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an allegany county man disappeared saturday. three others in the boat with him have been rescued. >> two more local elected officials are throwing their hats into the ring today. today, the state's senator and karl stokes will throw their hats in the ring. baltimore's police department is looking for the next officers. applicants must be 20 1/2 years of age and a u.s. citizen. for more information, call the baltimore police recruitment. call for more information. and stay with wjz-13, maryland's news station. complete news and weather and traffic still ahead this morning. as you look live at the capital in washington, d.c. congress will talk about the budget again today and raising the debt ceiling. can lawmakers found common ground under the dome? ground under the dome? and jury 3q stain gone.
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